East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, August 29, 1889, Image 1

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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, THURSÒ a Y, AUGUST 29, 1889.
THE JIERA LD. /
$2.80 a Year.
i
with and abreast of the advance of
BURNS ADVERTISEMENTS.
Harney county. Only $2.50 a year.
T THI K s D a 'Y
A h Tol.l V« by an Ohl S 1.1 prof 1HO3,
N. Brown began the erection of
To Which is Alitivi! Iritcretuin#
Data ('oncerr.in^; the
the
first Grist and Merchantile Mill)
GRACE,
Early Settlers in
in the valley.
P kopkietoks .
1889—The creation of Harney
THE tlAKNF.Y CCVNTKY.
ADDITIONAL NOTES.
e4lJHSCKlpriO> i: \ n -
County
was obtained with follow­
Several weeks since while visit­ The winter of 67-68 the Indians
Yaar .................
|. ... I
ing officials: Judge, T. J. Shields;
Jouiha. ............
i _.u
ing The Devine ranch at Wright’s surrendered to Gen. Crook on the
Clerk, W, E. Grace; Treasurer. T.
Point we were shown the remains site of the old Malheur agency.
H. Roberts; Commissioners, Lytle
~"!^^4(|ijglllWll’lKB LAWS.
of old Camp Wright, the grave of a
Mace McCoy, a cousin to Win. i Howard. T. B. James; Surveyor,
i. A p rmtPUirlarequir. i
gi.e in.’i <• i.\
ml a. ’’ re.urniRf ihU pGper it.x-s n.a a k wr ihe soldier before it pointed out, and M. Page late of this county, went
Programme:
W. R. Gradon; Sheriff', A. A. ('ow­
^kwhenatuht rihBU«.<•« Ii.n tuke IL h paper
f th« oil« «. MU ilbe reus II fur i h n.»i beitK the tall grease-wood grown all over from here to Arizona with Gen.
ing;
Assessor,
W.
E.
-
Alberson;
FIRST
DA
Y—MON DA Y, SEPT. 2 d .
- ----- --- 2 AW. neg.«cturd»> * • makes he p. s
^^SrreGp^mlbiGtul»« publisher fur pa. inent the grounds told us many years Crook and came back in 1873.
He1 School Superintendent L. B. Ba­
IflSBBr
Biers h b paper disruu- had passed since the soldiers threw
Q vartek -M ile D ash —Free for Ail................................... Purse $150.00
now resides in Waitsburg, Wash.
ku Rrrearugi b . .»r the Pub-
ker.
it seii i i. mi ii pa inetu ik up the embankments, and
the
1863 to 1873—C. M. Lockwood
Wh* leaiiioiiiu whe herit
P. F. Stenger obtained the first
SECOND DAY—TUESDAY, SEPT. 3 d
pr ii.»t. There • nil be American colors floated above the
L‘ from Michigan, located in Jackson daily mail, and erected the first
till pa inetu is made
F
ive
-E
igiitii
-M
ii . e D asii —For 2-and-3-year-old Culls
Purse $150.00
takes a paper from the surrounding swamps.
'county, Or., a government con- i cosely and elegant family residence
[te«i io his uh me or ati-
Who commanded at Camp tr.v.tor for military posts on the
suis riuedur not. ifi
Who named it? How k fiontier, and said to i»e a fine-looking the county.
THIRD DAY—WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4 th .
is his paper shipped Wright?
• Pu.iiisher (uiiiiniub
it?, liberal, noble-hearted man. Js the I The United States in Land Office
H alf -M ile H eats —2 in 3—Free for All.......................... Purse $150.00
Doll II 1 Io pH for it ii many companies garrisoned
fur Harkey DistrivVwas established
»«fftn e This pr«M «•««;«
k hi Ub. 'pay fur a hat he How long: ago since Soldiers weSe prgt man |jla( (ji(J lll0re t]lan nlert.
in
Burns with J. P Huntington,
there? Why were they there? To1 ly pass through the country. He
FOURTH DAY—THURSDAY, SEPT. 5 th .
•filed that refus’ng t«.
register,
and Ilarris.m Kelly, re­
iouii a n from the p. bi
fight
Indians?
What
Indians?
GOO
yards
—
Free f, r All Harney Co. Saddle Horses........Purse $100.00
uiKH.H'ii for, »Villi.ill
; it was that built the present road
rimu fu< ¡u eviueuc e oi Why fight them?
Who was the leading from Canyon City through ceived.
18??—Abner Robbins now of
dead man? Was he killed or did the town of Rums. When he died
FIFTH DAY—FRIDAY, SEPT. 6 th
Drewsey,
used to ride on pack
HELIA
O ne -M ile D ash —Free for All............................................. Purse $200.00
I he die from a natural cause?—were in Salt Lake City, he was a very horses among the Indians, long be­
the questions that rapidly followed wealthy man, whom no poor man
..... . . Vaud Si.
d and
aziiie
each other while gazing uj»on the envied, since he had always been fore any white men lived here.
-iuai
s hook
“
1 “"1
origin of names .
evident remains of a part of the known as the poor man’s friend.
i and
Entrance Fee, Ten Per Cent of Purse.
rated Nev. spa per
«„ ¡r.iu,, 4 and
“
Diamond
” valley was named
Jand
lur Munihiy
pi.-! history of Harney valley.
Blood Horse Association Rules to govern all Races.
... . 1Ma a <4_
a Magazine
18G5—John Craven, a native of from the diamond-brand of McCoy
tizi lie
Point Wright towering high
No Money will be given for a Walk-Over.
Ray county, Missouri, came to Or- A Ruby’s stock.
■»er. r 1
“Purses Hung on the Wire.”
above the surrounding country like
. 1
. , . aaúSMBRi
1 egon in 1864, enlisted in Eugene
“Silvies” river in honor of a Ca­
Address
>« rums B
the sphinx that grimly guards the
■
City, in 1864-65, in the 1st Oregon nadian trapper, killed in an ear­
the secrets of the Nile, stood as
P. F. STENCER, Burns, Or.
Volunteer Infantry, Co. “H,” Capt. ly day.
mute and untouched by any appeal
L. L Williams in command; and I “Blitzen” or Donner-und-Blitzcn,
'
lana ltar-vcr’.-*
r
by the ignorance of 1889. Some
Itu-t»a 4
Hur »er’.-* Young I’eoj le
3.75
in August, 1865, came with his from the exclamation of a Dutch
I and Alden’s Manifolli i \ < l<»pe<lin,
one remembered that one of the
• ! i additional volume nf - t \'.» i . ¡.
« vtus;
Company, to Camp Wright, at the soldier in Gen- Crook’s command,
nJ
«Air* her vuittinv. p. h a¿e.
soldiers of Camp Wright had.come
age of seventeen years. Mr. C. is while was standing guard over the
um Vi, MU •Copies of t'l lheab»ve w. rks ■ »in he ex into the country a couple of months
<i a. le.fi.ire in .he Kca .ii.g k.>vin.
. not only the only Camp Wright sol­ pack-mules during a vivid thunder;
since. On returning *o Burns, we
CS-ENERAL JXÆERCHANDISINC
rdHkVig,
■■
dier in Harney county, but the old­ storm.
interviewed the old soldier and
est resident of the Harney country.
“
Steen
Mountain
”
after
Major
■TPublishers of peri. jdi< n s are solicited
iclubbiug ra <&. a i^p' *'* Hiuir work fur gleaned a reply to nearly every I
1870—John S. Devine came to Steen who escorted emigrants un­
nd'hat .(»MJ Kvauiug Kouin—Vi e ti.c, unit r.ind : he
it eiusew e.er> ha.i . i. •
*
i question, to which we have added
the valley; is still a resident.
der Fremont, in an early day.
.toe,,, bv advertiseoieui.
COME ONE!!
1889
information hitherto o tained from
H rkal tl
COME ALLI!
1872—The Smvth family, of Hap; “Catlow” valley after John Cat-
■¿nlcrniil
Mrs.
Stenger.
Mr.
McGowan,
Mrs.
. * .».¡«J
py valley, and John Chapman, came low, the first cattle man that
> F I p il ADVERTfMNi. :
-
Whiti g, Mr. Fitzgerald and sever­
* !.. it 1
in with stock.
orought stock into that section.
1 r.
! C Elf L j 1 wk
al o'hers:
1> 41.i>U
i
I 1873—Stille Riddle, John Boone,
“Camp Harnev” was established
1 Ì..IX» '■i.uitl Vib !
Get ral Harnev in 1853 while
.
1
;
I .
5.00 1 b.<r-
<
1 •
John S. Miller, Jos. Cooksey, Tims, in 1867, and named after the Har­
1 hJ ti.OU, 1 J. 00 1
esco ting emigrants through this
. <1 K iwi 1Ô.0Ü ;•
¡
Prather and the Vcnators brought ney country by Capt. Kelly of C’o.
,. n
r. * 0 lb.0U2tf.UU 1
v .llev li id a ! rush with the In­
*).UU.| ot OH !
ji
- / e- )
cattle and horses into the valley. “A,” 1st U. S. Cavalry. Capt. Kelly [
WE HAVE THE I.ARGETS STOCK OF
ti:. s. and the valley was named
Frank McLeod (a former subscriber was formerly from Fort Klamath, I fW“DRY-G00DS,
To
in I.is ho. tir— y whom we have
^•“GROCERIES,
■ >’ r I
tfWCLOTHING,
to T he II eiiald , in Livingstone, and went from here to Arizona i
^F-BOOTS, SHOES,
4« rhnrged eurn, »
it.»et lean.ci.
fW
FANCY
GOODS.
1WHARDWARE, ETC
Montana) Jas. .Sheppard, and the where the Apaches captured his
In thespring <jf 1865Gen. Wright
u pu
Ever
brought
into
I
Currys
brought
in
stock;
and
Mau­
daughter
and
he
had
to
give
100
Li«mimFb 1 ni*
■
s per went down I efore Crescent City,
L PJ!1
yéai.?||’-r -u it., b . .rai.K4tui,
rice Fitzgerald, one of the U. S. sol­ head of horses to get her from them
Cal., with the ill-fated Brother
diers stat oned at Camp liar, ey; —lie died in Arizona^’
f
lM>r hv
in the fall of 1865,
¡ette ,i pv Bit i'll u B'iiibiitig rviKler Jonathan, and
rrçu L it »u«-..««i h neek b mu in with
still a citizen of the valley.
Capt. L. L. Williams of Co. “H”
.« 141 a Ui frtv.
Saptember 2d Burns races—fine i
1874—P. F. Stenger and Thos.
A b ve B ercut pe «Il utir u ’ er. iRetnen'B
horses
on the track now. All the
lest aii|‘<vsal**îr
vu Hi< u -’ fi ♦* eu< h- 1st Oregon Infantry, in command
Whiting brought stock in from
______ ^ Auverliiii.R tu im ui..........
b
< n iii;«-. of parts of three companies sta­
old
favorites
on hand. Everyi ody , Look
Look—
brniu bnd «tente n'in.»unee-
Douglas county, Oregon. P. F.
Look
uli< i u-. HB ev.s.
tioned on the grounds since August
invited.
Good
order the rule.
Stenger
establishing
his
camp
on
J I à 4
î F. Bu< ini.
of that year, near the present site
Just received Three Tons of Sugar, which we sell very cheap.
The Latent.
the present Peter Clemens ranch,
of J S. 1 evii.e’s r s ib-nee, named
We hav. 500 bbls, of best Roller Flour, wh.ch we will sell at $7.50 per bbl.
iirow ,
where Riddle A Boone had camped
Gately’s Universal Educator and i
th cai.-p iii hono
tin deceased
—
Com.
.■ I sc- our Large Stock of Calico, Gingham, Muslin, and all kinds of Dry-Goods
___________ I l.
two years i efore, and Whiting at Business Guide is a solid, carefully
soldier,
also,
tl.e
poi
,t
»■
hehd-
’
lf.nd
iot7 1 'i c' ' 1:‘ ' 'ïîr'li'iHh’r'c1,‘i'i llCfl £IU8linnfor 8.
Valico’ 6 cents; «¡"Khains, 10 cents; Chev-
l,j. a au rc.MK.U»«» »
Rock Point the present site of ■ prepared and thoroughly useful i IS, -2 C.,... , and all othir Goods of Every Description and Quality, and Style, in like proportion, but
wa'.«u e » hi <n> «■«.: o.
he call« d, ‘ Point W right ”
book. It gives in a clear and brief
¿jlfli- aven«*« (■>»•"
u ..u. ■
i. u
Burns. Mail route from Canyon form everything which a person
add aad awKaMIlM ' ■
In Scptciio er, k65, there was a
gi;-------- 3--------------------
City via Camp Harney to Fort would ordinarily care to know and
fight between the Indians, Harney
I Bidwell, Nev., was estadlished and for which they would generally
h ii ed with nca tu ts Valley I’iutes, and a part of the
GIVE US A CALL AND BE CONVINCED
consult an enclyclopedia, a form
¡te i a . i s
mail canied by Doc. Anderson.
force under Capt. Williams, be­
Pamphlets
book, or some technical work on
1 .el 1er hem s,
1878—Th.; Smyths, father and special science. It is a book of
tween Camp Wright mid Harney
( an-s, Ti< he s,
THAT WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK AND ASSORTMENT OF GOODS IN THE VALLEY.
D m CR^S, i.ll.
sen,
were killed by Indians, at the reference, a dictionary, a text ook
lake. And about the same time
•gulariv on fi’e for re- Lieut. Applegate of Co.
“II”, in close of the trouble with the 1‘iutes and a business guide all in on and
*»,eii Newspaper Ad­
its 1200 pages are profusely illus­
ii st., New Ù wit.
command of a part of Capt. Wil-, and Bannocs. The Bannoc warfare trated with colored maps and good
[
ceased.
The
first
merchandise
liatns’ men was returning from
| engravings. It consist of three vol- j
Camp Curry, where W. C. Cecil’s store and saloon put by a man ■ umes bound in one. Vol. I con-'
KEt Toll Y.
place now is, to Camp Wright, were named Josephson, and kept where tains an account of the plants and
b* al :
the Burns hotel now stands.
animals of the earth, its surround­
7.. Bei jainin Dai r:s. n that evening attacked by the In­
ings, its information, and its princi-
’REVIEW ADVERTISEMENTS,
1.879
—
Wm.
Curry
bought
and
i.e» i P. Mvr on
JanitR». i.iai! e dians at some fortifications thrown
pal
minerals
and
metals;
a
history
moved Josephson stock to where
\\ i.. ìhih WihUvin
Cenerai Blacksmith <&, Wason-maker.
of its people anda |mpu lar treatise CHAH. A. COGSWELL.
Svilii W. Svine up on what is now the Widow Mc­
the Levons Bros, ranch is located. i upon law. Vol. II includes a treat­ Lakeview
Re» ficai PrvCtur
H. R. SCHLÄGEL ------ L akeview , O regon .
Gee
’
s
ranch
ami
called
for
fun
after
Pcnjan in i. Tia< ey
Daniel Wheeler was the first Jus­ ise on the science of numbers; in­
Jervniiah M. Rnsk
of
the
company,
Fort
Drellen-
one
O
Win. H. 11. Mi.ier
COGSWELL A COGSWELL.
struction in all kind of drawing; an
• •li
Uanumaker
ger. Next morning about eight tice of the Peace.
LAKEVIEW
ANI»
LINK
VILLE.
Or.
1779-80—The military Post at article upon agricultural chemistry
N :
miles south of the present town of
Prepared to do all Kindaof Work In lire Itlai kemith line.
lfoeee Shoeing at |?.M per head
/
J. N. Dolph
and the plainest and most practical
•| J. IL M icheli Burns, the Indians shot from the Camp Harney was abandoned.
treatise of physics and mechanics Attcrneys-at-Law
!. Ihtiger Hermann
Large stockmen began buying , ever issued; and an article on fam­ 1-ly
.ftjlvis ei Pci.iiojer rim-rock near the cove and wound­
i e. . W. Mdsride
t . K. Hebb ed a soldier named Griffin who in out the smaller dealers.
ily medicine, covering more ground
.1. J'. MvEiioy
Fra k I akei after years died of the effects of the
1881— P. M. Curry, now of Lake­ than any other cingle book. Vol.
Attorney-at-Law,
-B U G G I E S, WAGONS, ET C,,-^
K î*. S ruliau
Ill relates prncipally to 1 usiness,;
W ii . 1*. i.vrd injury, and another named Smith view, Or. came here.
MADK TO ORDER WITH NEATNESS, AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
social and domestic su'jects; com­
W. Vx. liia. er
M. A. KELTON.
Egan Postoilice was established. plete instructions are given in pen­
L I ISTRICI .
was shot in the foot.
A L L W O R K W A R RANT E D.
Lakeview, Or.
R
L B. I ron
1882— Geo. McGowan, the Mar­ manship. phonography, book-keep­ Practices in the court of the state, and before
The I’iutes of Harney valley
.k
J.. I.. K ami
|-ly
ing, dress-making and millinery, V» d. I « 1 û O e.
were under command of a chief tins and A. O. Bed. ll located.
Bl ARM Y ;
and
the
household
department
with
T
1882— McGowan & Martin open*
Í . W. GlL'IAM whose name is pronounced much
HR
DREWSEY ADVERTISEMENT.
its praeticle cook I ook and numer­
J. 1. .•'11! EL ■
J ib
. V. . t . (RACE like Wahweveh, who burned Camp ed a general merchandizing store ous reccipes is sure to interest every
___ B (D,
Wachmaker & Jew.31er
T. li. Ko E TB
W . Ab. (iB.t ON Wright some time afterward, and in Egan and the next year P. F. housewife.
A. A. ( O ING
J. XV. BONEBRAKE.
U. h. ALI Bft>uN diid years ago at Steen mountain. .Stenger I ought out Martin’s inter-
It is sold only upon the subscrip­
Lakeview« Oregon.
I . I . I AKER
est
and
moved
the
store
to
the
site
tion
plan
by
the
J.
Dewing
Com
­
W M. M eeker
Regarding the lone grave now in
pany, 813 Market st.. San Francis­ Attorney, Notary Public &
L ytle H o and front of the remains of old Camp of the present town of Burns.
1. u. J am «'
co, Cal., who offer lilternl terms to
1883
—
Geo.
McGowan
named
the
Wright the man's name is forgot­
-
-
-
-
P roprietors .
agents and nre now receiving appli­
Collector. . . . Lakeview DICKSON A SULLIVAN
O»FI< I .
IPS sj
ten, but hr was known among the new oostollice to be in the McGow­ cations for territory.
Lou.
J.
Bosenberg,
Mixologist.
A.
C.
BRODERSEN.
J. 11. II l’NTIN'GT«»N
,11 ARhlMtN tv. ELL Y soldi, rs as "Reddy” (on account of an
' A Stenger store “Burns,” in honor
I
Preaching Appointments.
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors—Whiskies, Brandies,
of
his h..ir), was from the state of ' the famous poet of his native
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand when
land,
Bobert
Burns,
Scotland
’
s
fa
­
In answer to a petition signed Livery I Feed Stable
hew York, and was noted among
you call on “Uncle Dick,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
vorite
bard.
by
prominent
citizens
of
Burns
to
P. II. MURPHY.
his comrades as a great singer.
the Presiding Elder. Rev. Ira Wake­ LAKCVIRW - - - - OREGON
1885
—
The
first
newspaper,
a
6-
L O. F.
One dark night in Fvl ruary, 1866.
Ii, ewr« .-a nr« « Ht
patent-outeide, was estab- field, of the M. E. Church, Rev.
A GRAIN
while in campon the Blitzen “Red- column,
'
M M.\.\
Wm. Bartholomew was changed Aiwa'non HAY
hand, and prompt attention given
established
by
Horace
D.llard.
dy ’was called up for his turn to '
from Long Creek to Harney circuit, all ordetB for lean.a and veni< lea.
1887— T he E ast O regom H er ­ and will hold meetings in the val-
guard the pack mules in charge of
P ck Master Mace McCoy, and ald , a 7-c<»lumn, patent-inside, ley as follows:
FATENTS.
1st Sabbath in each month, in
newspaper
plant was established by
had
not
mounted
guard
five
min-
'
\« et tv«:.
Burns, at 11 a in: and at the
WASHINGTON, D. C.
C. A. SNOW A CO.
trs »lien la received a shot in the D. L. Grace.
Island school house nt 3 p m.
1888
—
In
May
T
he
H
eraid
was
and a second in the In
1 art.
2d Sabbath at Harney, at 11a I IM 7U2IN!IS!$2.50l I
l*aten*» obtained. an<l all patent brndneM Httenrtert to promptly and for moderate tee»,
H
A tear. Mend k-\ct.» Belford. Clarke Ac Co., New
McCoy, sa d to Lethe finert < nl irged to an “all-at-hoine-print, m, at 7 pm.
our offl<e 1a . pp. »lie rhe
H. Patent <>rn<r. and wr ran obtain In lew time thaa thoaa
York, L»r ■ sample cop .
3d Sabbath at Burns, at 11 a m.
remote from Waahlngton
Send M,rde1 or Drawing. We advlee ae Is patentability frea
mi iir.’aineo; in the country, , and making it the first and only news­
7 p m.
of charge: and we make no char*re nnh-wa patent la ae< ured.
the first setilrr in Diamond valley, paper ever printed complete in the
We refer here to the p. atmaefer, the Superintendent of Money Order Dlvialon. and to
4th Sabbath at Evergreen school
PETERSON
’
S
MAGAZINE
offlf la e of the f. H. Patent ofllce. For r lrr ular, advlie. terme, and relerencee to actual
with John Mulkey bore the dead Harney country, It R|K-nds the house on Silver creek at 11 and 7
rllenfa la your own State or eonuly, write to above addreee.
IS $2
soldier three days on pack mules to money it makes, in keeping up o'clock.
THE HISTOIIY <»!•’ CA'll' WltlGHT
bury him at Camp Wright, where he
has lain undisturbed the past 24
years, his loss of life and his grave
unknown to friends and relations
“back East.”
AND SEE THE NEW GOODS WE ARE RECEIVING DAILY.
* 'i?WÄaollK
J- DurKlieimer cfc Co.
ao
a i
THE DREWSEY SALOON.
BELFORD'S